Juan José Díaz Infante and the Mexican Space Collective are building a satellite called Ulises I. Inspired by and in response to Mexico’s drug war, Infante wanted to illustrate the idea that the future varies for different generations. The project involves launching the satellite into space, after which it will play an algorithmic opera, making the satellite a musical instrument. An art installation about this project is displayed in the ISEA2012 exhibition at The Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum.
- Marcela Armas, Arcangel Constantini, Juan Jose Diaz Infante, Gilberto Esparza & Ivan Puig are the MEXICAN SPACE COLLECTIVE
Sponsored in part by the Mexican Consulate, Fonoteca Nacional de Mexico, Laboratorio de Arte Alameda and Arts Catalyst.